This is kind of a tired, old discussion, however, people keep posting about it so I guess I have to put in my own two cents (once again).  That is, which is better…science or faith.

Although, both have their place, I would say neither.  While I don’t accept the biblical explanation of creation, I don’t accept the atheists’ version of it either.  That was the essence of my prior post Dueling Delusions.

So, here’s some people, obviously atheists, who commented on a recent post on this subject:

Quote #1:

“Neither our observable universe, nor possibly a larger cosmos, require some intelligence or higher power for their ‘creation.’ Such rationalizations simply reflect ignorance or are designed to support some preconceived notion in lieu of factual evidence.”

My comment:

That’s true, but incomplete. In fact, it’s totally one-sided. As physicist David Bohm succinctly put it, “A great many people think they are thinking when they are merely rearranging their prejudices.”  Bohm was talking about everyone but in this case I would especially apply his quote to the person who made the above comment where they said that “…such rationalizations simply…are designed to support some preconceived notion.” For example, this person believes that the unobservable cosmos does not require a higher power for its creation. Obviously, that’s a preconceived idea since there is no scientific evidence to support it.

Geneticist Richard Lewontin, an atheist himself, explained just how the preconceived thought process works with respect to science vs. faith: “Our willingness to accept scientific claims that are against common sense is the key to an understanding of the real struggle between science and the supernatural. We take the side of science in spite of the patent absurdity of some of its constructs, in spite of its failure to fulfill many of its extravagant promises of health and life, in spite of the tolerance of the scientific community for unsubstantiated just-so stories, because we have a priori commitment, a commitment to materialism. It is not that the methods and institutions of science somehow compel us to accept a material explanation of the phenomenal world, but, on the contrary, that we are forced by our a priori adherence to material causes to create an apparatus of investigation and a set of concepts that produce material explanations, no matter how counter-intuitive, no matter how mystifying to the uninitiated. Moreover, that materialism is absolute, for we cannot allow a Divine Foot in the door.”


Quote #2:

“Evolution is fact as the evidence tells us.”

Perhaps, this person should read up on evolutionist Steven Jay Gould who said:

The extreme rarity of transitional forms in the fossil record persists as the trade secret of paleontology. We fancy ourselves as the only true students of life’s history; yet to preserve our favored account of evolution by natural selection, we view our data as so bad that we never see the very process we profess to study.”

Or maybe scientist and Nobel laureate George Wald who said:

When it comes to the origin of life on this earth, there are only two possibilities: creation or spontaneous generation (evolution). There is no third way. Spontaneous generation was disproved 100 years ago, but that leads us only to one other conclusion: that of supernatural creation. We cannot accept that on philosophical grounds (personal reasons); therefore, we choose to believe the impossible: that life arose spontaneously by chance.

Or maybe agnostic scientist Michael Denton who said:

“Ultimately the Darwinian theory of evolution is no more nor less than the great cosmogenic myth of the twentieth century.”

Or maybe Dr Eric Bapteste, an evolutionary biologist at the Pierre and Marie Curie University in Paris, who said:

“For a long time the holy grail was to build a tree of life. We have no evidence at all that the tree of life is a reality.”

Or maybe evolutionist Michael Ruse, who said:

“Evolution is promoted by its practitioners as more than mere science. Evolution is promulgated as an ideology, a secular religion—a full-fledged alternative to Christianity, with meaning and morality… Evolution is a religion. This was true of evolution in the beginning, and it is true of evolution still today.… Evolution therefore came into being as a kind of secular ideology, an explicit substitute for Christianity.”



… “I see no reason for a deity or god. Everything has a scientific explanation or a set of working hypothesis good enough for me.”

My comment:

As to this person’s opinion that…”everything has a scientific explanation”, I would simply say that science doesn’t hold the key to creation.  Some scientists even freely admit it. For example:

Life is the most mysterious of all the wonders of creation because atoms have been assembled in such a way so that they can ponder their own existence.” – Astrophysicist Martin Rees

“If inflation is the dynamite behind the Big Bang, we’re still looking for the match”  – Dr. Michael Turner, cosmologist at the University of Chicago

“The human mind, no matter how highly trained, cannot grasp the universe.”  – Albert Einstein

“What a life in science really teaches you is the vastness of our ignorance.” – David Eagleman

“Science has proof without certainty” – Ashley Montagu

“We have failed to protect science against speculative extensions of nature, continuing to assign physical and mathematical properties to hypothetical entities beyond what is observable in nature.”  – Robert Lanza

“A singularity is when we don’t know what to do. What’s so embarrassing about singularities is that we can’t predict what’s going to come out of it.”  – Prof. Andrew Strominger, Harvard University


So, the science that the above people are no doubt referring to as the same one that Paul Feyerabend commented on when he said, “Thus science is much closer to myth than scientific philosophy is prepared to admit… it is inherently superior only for those who have already decided in favour of a certain ideology, or who have accepted it without having ever examined its advantages and its limits.”  The ideology in question is materialism as Richard Lewontin stated (see above).  It’s no accident that atheism, evolution and materialism go hand-in-hand.  That’s because, they are all part of the same ideology.

So, yes, it’s a tired debate between two camps (atheists and deists) who both have a preconceived notion that they are right. As Stuart Chase said, “For those who believe, no proof is necessary. For those who don’t believe, no proof is possible.”  Perhaps, however, the debate continues on (and on) because both sides are, in reality, trying to convince themselves that they are right.


“A belief is not merely an idea the mind possesses. It is an idea that possesses the mind.”  – Robert Oxton Bolt


So, Christians believe that they are living in sin. Naturally, since, it’s part of Christian theology, which is supposedly based on the story of Adam and Eve. Too bad that the Bible is in disagreement.

According to the Bible, no less than Jesus and God made statements that they disagreed with the concept of Original Sin (see Genesis 8:21 and John 9:2-3). Of course, the whole issue is probably moot anyway because Judaism doesn’t believe in Original Sin and they wrote the Old Testament – it’s their bible. Enough said.

Heaven and hell is another misconstrued part of Christian theology. It’s somewhat true, although woefully incomplete. At the risk of oversimplifying, heaven is our natural state of existence (where we originally came from if you will) and hell…well hell is right here on Earth. The story of the Fall is loosely based on how man stepped down from a higher plane of existence into this material world.

Keep in mind, the “natural state” of existence is non-physical. That is, life is energy and energy is life and, of course, energy is non-physical. As Einstein put it, energy can neither be created or destroyed. However, it can change form. Thus, if you reduce the vibration rate of energy it will condense, eventually into matter. That’s how man went from Heaven to Hell.

So, if there was no Original Sin and we are already in Hell, why did Jesus come? The better question, however, is this, “If Jesus didn’t preach the concept of Original Sin, why does the Church believe in it?” The answer to that question is that it has to do with the basis of all religions. I call it the selling of salvation. In effect, religion is a barter. You put money into the church coffers and in return you are given the so-called keys to the Kingdom of Heaven. The bottom line is essentially this: If there is no Original Sin, there is no need for salvation and, therefore, no need for a messiah.

All religions are based on a common source of abstract beliefs in the Divine.  Jesus, like other prophets before and after him, taught these “truths” under a veil of allegory and symbolism (and parables in Jesus’ case). The disciples believed that Jesus was the messiah who was prophesied by Old Testament prophets who were expecting a real flesh-and-blood messiah (like King David) who would deliver them from their enemies and reestablish the Kingdom of Israel. Of course, it never happened.

Some two thousand years later, we’re still waiting for the Old Testament prophecies to come true. According to prophecy, all we need is a messiah named Immanuel; for the entire world to accept the Jewish god; and for all the Jews to return to their homeland. That last one is a bit problematic as the Jewish homeland, according to the Bible, is Judea and Samaria while the present day state of Israel for the most part does not encompass those territories.

If you believe in the Old Testament prophecies, it looks increasingly unlikely that a messiah will ever return. If one could ask twentieth century Christian theologian Albert Schweitzer, he’d no doubt say that Jesus should have returned in the lifetime of the disciples (if he was the messiah). At least, that was what he said in his book The Quest for the Historical Jesus. 

…and that was not just his opinion, but rather what the Bible, itself, said.



“One of the problems is that the average Christian in the average church who listens to the average Christian broadcasting has such an oversimplified understanding of both the Bible and of church history – it would be deeply disturbing for them to really learn church history.” – Christian theologian Brian McLaren

America At War


The falsification of history has done more to mislead humans than any single thing known to mankind”. Jean-Jacques Rousseau


Winston Churchill supposedly said that history was written by the victors. I guess Rousseau would have agreed with him. The point is – history contains a lot of fake news.

Let’s take another look at the current left vs. right political conflict which has been characterized by extreme partisan politics. While it’s true that the two diametrically opposed camps don’t like one another (to say the least), you now have one side identifying themselves as The Resistance. Resistance to what, though, I might ask as the two parties are constantly either in or out of power.

Because of the polarization of the respective political positions, a number of commentators have said that it appears that civil war may be inevitable. I believe that statement may be true, although woefully incomplete. Here’s why.

I think that it would be more appropriate to view the American Revolution as a defining moment in world history that represented the triumph of the individual over the state (and over the people and institutions that control the affairs of states). However, with the founding of the American republic, the real war was only just beginning. As can be seen from the 2016 election results, people hate losing power.

Accordingly, I would argue that after the War of Independence had been won, the Republic has been constantly under attack ever since. Some of the significant events in American history need to be revisited and looked at through the prism of America At War. For example, here’s a short list:

  • The War of 1812
  • The American Civil War
  • The Act of 1871
  • Founding of the Federal Reserve System in 1913
  • The White House Coup of 1933
  • Establishment of American intelligence operations (the CIA) under the leadership of former Nazis.
  • Establishment of the American space program (NASA) under the leadership of former Nazis.
  • The assassination of four sitting U. S. presidents

Today, the battlefield of partisan politics has moved to some strange arenas like the football field and The Emmys. On college campuses, many students are against free speech and feel that violence in support of their own agenda is permissible because it constitutes self-defense. The Occupy Wall Street demonstrations of 2011 proved that sometimes demonstrators don’t even know what they are demonstrating for. They protested against the rich who they labeled as the 1% but what they didn’t realize is that the most of the super-wealthy people in America are on the left, starting with the likes of Google, Amazon and Facebook. Further, Millennials oppose capitalism but it’s not the system that’s really at fault, but the people (including Wall Street) who run the system. Accordingly, the American system should be more appropriately labeled fascism rather than capitalism.

Now, today, we have Carol J. Baker M.D., an infectious disease expert, who said that an overwhelming majority of people who refuse to take vaccines are white people, and a good way to resolve the problem of people refusing to take vaccines is to simply “get rid of all the whites in the United States”. Of course, Dr. Baker herself is white. Given that kind of mindset and the great divide between the factions, a civil war is perhaps inevitable…but it’s been over 200 years in the making. Regardless, America is already at war.


History is a pack of lies we play on the dead.”Voltaire



In a world full of racism, a curious thing is happening. One particular race is calling for the extinction of its own race. How can that be?

The race in question is the “white race.” Of course, there is no such thing as a white race, only white people. By that, I mean that white people belong to the Caucasian race, as do Jews, Arabs and many Hispanics. However, I digress.

Everything today is seen through the narrow, dimly-lit prism of race. The thing is – all races discriminate. All. In a recent study in England for example, one-third of the “white” population said that even they had been discriminated against. Further, the Japanese, who are generally wonderful people, discriminate against anyone who is not Japanese. They have a word for all foreigners, gaijin. It’s a derogatory term the way that it is often used. I should know as I lived there for a couple of years.

So, why are white people calling for the extermination of their own race. It’s simple, really. These people are the “elites” who want to rule the world and other white people are a threat to their power. This conflict between white people has been going on since the time of Cain and Abel (which I’ve written about previously). Fake race wars like we have today have very little to do with social justice. It’s simply a means to a political end, a tool to divide and conquer.

However, if some people have their way, the white race might some day disappear altogether.  In that case, I can just see the last white boy standing complaining about racism and the lack of social justice. It would be only fitting.


“Until the great mass of the people shall be filled with the sense of responsibility for each other’s welfare, social justice can never be attained.”  – Helen Keller


Arab Israel


Sounds funny, doesn’t it? Arab Israel. Isn’t Israel suppose to be the homeland of the Jews? What’s wrong with this picture?

The other day, terrorists at the Temple Mount in Jerusalem attacked and killed two Israeli policemen. What is not widely reported, though, is that the two Israeli policemen were actually Arabs, members of the Druze minority sect. Yes, Arab Israeli policemen.

People who have not visited Israel recently would never suspect that Israel has become such a boiling pot of diversity.  It’s one of the few  places in the world where diversity actually has had some success. Two of the largest groups of Israel citizens, about 20% of the population each, are Arabs and people of Russian ancestry. Those of Russian ancestry are generally not religious which means that nearly 40% of Israelis do not practice the Jewish faith (Judaism). In addition, there is a large group of secular (non-religious) Jews as well as atheists, Christians and a plethora of minor faiths such as Bahai. It’s fairly safe to say then that a majority of Israeli citizens do not practice the Jewish faith.

As for Israel being a Jewish homeland, that’s true but incomplete.  It is a homeland for Jews, but it isn’t the “homeland” of the Jews. The homeland of the Jewish people is actually the ancient kingdoms of Judea and Samaria which lie next door (immediately east of what is now Israel). Israel was formed by the United Nations out of a swamp-infested tract of land that ran along the Mediterranean plus the Negev Desert. It wasn’t much to write home about and it certainly wasn’t the historical Jewish homeland.

That true homeland of Judea and Samaria for the most part encompasses what is referred to as the West Bank (the lands lying immediately west of the Jordan River). For example, Bethlehem, Masada, Jericho, Qumran and Jerusalem were part of ancient Judea and Samaria. Of course, the West Bank was ceded by Jordan to Israel as the result of Jordan losing the Six-Day War in 1967 and have effectively been part of Israel ever since, a period of 50 years.  Does anyone really think that Israel will give up their homeland after having these lands for the last 50 years?

As for the Arabs who live in Israel and are citizens of Israel, with all the rights of Israeli citizens, they enjoy a better life than in any Arab nation in the Middle East.  Second place isn’t even close.  Arab women, especially, have freedom in Israel that is unparalleled throughout the Middle East. I recently met an Arab waiter in Israel who was moonlighting from his day job as a school teacher to pay for his daughter to go to medical school. Education for an Arab woman! Are you kidding, and a doctor to boot.

Arab Israel isn’t what you think it is nor as it has been portrayed by the media. Some Arabs are Israeli policemen who sometimes die for their “country.” They are represented in the Israeli Knesset (Congress/Parliament) and an Arab sits on the Israeli Supreme Court. Maybe, the world should take notice of the Arab Israeli dynamic.  They just might learn something from it.

Man’s been blessed, and cursed, with the desire to know. So many questions, but so few answers. Yet, through it all, man seems to think that he knows all the answers…. How curious.

Some would say that God definitely exists and they would recall stories from ancient times about what he did and even quote what he supposedly said. Others, just as confidently, would say that a creator does not exist and that they know beyond a shadow of a doubt the secrets of the universe (the origins of life)…. How arrogant.

Fortunately, man has the capabilities of imagination and intuition. Through these abilities he can glimpse beyond space and time into the unknown. As Jung put it, “The psyche is not restricted to space and time alone.” However, what man would find there is beyond man’s brain to comprehend (i.e. the finite cannot understand the Infinite)…. Just ask Einstein.

In the world beyond, everything is upside down (so to speak). Our laws of physics do not apply there. Nevertheless, mystics and prophets have attempted to describe it. The prophet Isaiah was said to have actually seen God sitting on a throne, with his long robe filling the temple (Isaiah 6:1). Both Ezekiel and the author of the Book of Revelation also had visions in which they experienced strange, indescribable sights….So who can properly interpret what they saw?

Aside: Not even they knew of what they saw.  They simply described, in earthly terms, things that could not be described purely in earthly terms.

The sad truth is that man’s memory banks have been wiped clean and his DNA has been manipulated to restrict his evolution. He can ask all the questions he wants but he can not ever know the unknowable. All that man can really do is experience – his life that is. Although man experiences his life as being real, there is really no way to know for sure. Perhaps, we are all just characters in someone else’s movie….At least that’s what I saw.



You may put a telescope into the hands of a man who is blind, and bid him to look at some distant star, or on some lovely landscape. He tells you he sees nothing. Well, his witness is true. So the Agnostic affirms of all supernatural religion, that he knows it not. His witness also is true. But if the blind man goes further, and asserts, that because he sees nothing there is nothing to see, his assertion is untrue and his witness is worthless because he speaks beyond the range of his capacity. Such is the true value of the natural man’s opinion when he declares his mind on spiritual things.”Evan H. Hopkins


Escaping The Matrix


I came across a great video featuring a black, street magician.  He has a terrific message of how to stay focused in this crazy, insane world. Here’s the link:

Time is speeding up…at least everyone says so. More to the point, we are speeding up as we accelerate through time. Time is simply a construct, as Einstein so aptly put it.

Everything is energy, as I’ve mentioned before. Earth has an electromagnetic field, with lightning, earthquakes and volcanoes all being part of that field. The frequency at which this field vibrates, historically 7.83Hz, is called the Schumann Resonance. This, then, is the heartbeat of the planet.

The planet Earth is about to transit from Pisces to Aquarius, which marks the end of a long evolutionary cycle. This cycle is talked about extensively in the ancient Mayan and Hindu texts. In many religions, this transit is referred to as the End Times. The human species is here to awaken and this is being accomplished through changes in the Schumann Resonance.

Interestingly enough, the Schumann Resonance has recently spiked to over 30Hz. The world seems to be literally spinning out of control. People are becoming irrational, with some of their actions bordering on the insane.  Hang on. It’s going to be a bumpy ride.



“The Matrix is a computer-generated dream world, built to keep us under control in order to change a human being into this.” (a copper-top D cell battery) – from the movie The Matrix


From those of you who are religious, I get the same questions over and over again. For example, “Why doesn’t God answer my prayers?” It reminds me of a football game where the two teams huddle up before the game and pray to God for victory; both of them praying about the very same thing but wanting a completely opposite result. Sort of makes one sympathetic about God’s predicament, ala Jim Carrey, in the movie Bruce Almighty.

However, my favorite question is “Where is God?” It’s a fair question since arguably God has not talked to anyone since Moses. The answer to that question is really quite simple and perhaps completely unexpected for most: God is not here because he can’t be here!

To understand this requires a little bit of a scientific explanation. That is, everything in the universe is energy; everything, even God. You should think of God as the creative force which is the source of all energy. Now, vibration is a fundamental characteristic of energy. The lowest level of vibration is matter and the highest level of vibration is God. So, if God were to manifest in front of you, you would cease to exist because you could not maintain your own level of vibration. It would be sort of like the old Memorex ads where sound shatters a glass.

Of course, this explanation may lead some of you to ask how God appeared to Adam, Abraham and Moses (according to the Bible). Again, the answer is completely unexpected for most. My apologies to those who accept religion as the Word of God, but God has never appeared to man. Never. The Bible stories are just that – stories, although perhaps based on real events. It’s sort of like those movies you see that say they are inspired by real events. If you want some related information on this, try reading the Book of Enoch.

So, what are we doing here then? Let’s try and break it down.

The universe is holographic. What exactly does that mean? At the risk of oversimplifying, it means that the universe is an illusion. It exists, it’s real, but it’s far from what you think it is. Space and time are also illusions, or as Einstein so aptly put it, “a construct.” Further, space and time are dependent on the observer(you). The brilliant physicist John Wheeler explained it thusly: “The universe does not exist ‘out there,’ independent of us. We are inescapably involved in bringing about that which appears to be happening. We are not only observers. We are participators.”

Participators in what you might ask? Well, in creating reality for starters, just as John Wheeler stated. That is, we are “inescapably involved in what appears to be happening.” A key word here is “appears” because, as Michael Talbot explained in his book The Holographic Universe, our reality is constructed mathematically by our brains from frequencies that have been projected into our universe from a realm that is beyond both space and time.  Constructed mathematically you understand.

Beyond that, man is so much more than what we have ever been told. For starters, our DNA can communicate beyond space and time! In that regard, Russian molecular biologist Pjotr Gariaiev was one of the pioneers in DNA-related research. His discovery, which was based on his work as part of The Human Genome Project, is that DNA is a network of human consciousness, a process by which it functions similarly to a biological internet. The upshot is that DNA is part of an energy field which extends outside of space and time.

However, there’s a twist to the story – the universe is, in reality, a real-life simulation! It’s what I refer to as “the video game effect.” The system is artificial and is operated by very advanced technology, something akin to a supercomputer with a holographic computer code. It was physicist Dr. James Gates who first noticed that certain scientific theories which describe the fundamental nature of the universe contain embedded computer codes (simply ones and zeros, just like in your own computer’s software).

This system is operated by non-humans who exist outside of space and time. In ancient times, the Gnostics called them archons and early Arabian mythology referred to them as jinns. They literally hijacked this realm. The Lord’s Prayer was written as a plea to deliver man from evil (the archons).

Humans, themselves, came from outside the system. You could refer to it as a spiritual realm. In essence, we have stepped down from a spiritual form to a physical form, biblically the Fall of Man, and our memory banks have been wiped clean. Our world then is, in effect, a spiritual prison. As in the movie Tron, the trick is to get out of the game.

Complicating matters is that for many their choices have actually been predetermined through a form of mind control. This mind control system programs our subconscious minds, preempting our free will. This is the explanation for the discovery by scientists that our decisions are made before we are consciously aware of them.

Today, that mind-control system, with its subliminal messaging, is everywhere – from advertisements, to movies, to music to education, to the six-o’clock news. Only when you do not identify with the material world can you achieve liberation from the mind-control system. Fear and ignorance are your enemies. Therefore, you need to identify with your spiritual self as opposed to your physical self. Remember, everything is energy, including yourself. If you gain in awareness, you can increase your vibration rate which in turn can lead to escaping the matrix.

However, man is generally not aware of his origins or his true powers. As a result, he has not yet evolved to the point of being able to escape the matrix.  How come, you might ask. Well, it happens to benefit certain people to keep the masses ignorant. It’s a dirty little secret that you’re not suppose to know…but, of course, now you know.



If man is to survive, he will need to wake up. He’s been sleepwalking in the dream world. As Morpheus told Neo (in the movie The Matrix), “But I can only show you the door. You’re the one that has to walk through it.”









The truth is a funny thing. Everybody has a different take on it and everybody is convinced that they are right. So, here’s one version of the truth.

The truth is… that we are not physical beings, per se. All life forms in the universe are composed of energy which are vibrating at such a low level that they condense, so to speak, into matter.

The truth is… that our universe is mathematical in nature. For example, cosmologist Max Tegmark has stated that our external physical reality is a mathematical structure. Further, physicist James Gates says that his research shows that certain theories which describe the fundamental nature of the universe contain embedded computer codes (that’s ones and zeros, and nothing else).

The truth is… that your reality is simply what you perceive it to be. Perception is everything, as the mind can’t tell the difference between what is “real” and what is vividly imagined. In that regard, philosopher Immanuel Kant reasoned that time and space are not inherent qualities of the physical world but rather a reflection of the way the mind operates; that is, the entire universe exists within the mind, not the other way around.

The truth is… the world is holographic and we exist in a virtual reality matrix. Our perception of reality is what Einstein has referred to as an “optical illusion of consciousness.” This issue was brilliantly explained in the movie The Matrix where Morpheus tells Neo, “If real is what you can feel, smell, taste and see, then real is simply electrical signals interpreted by the brain.”

The truth is… that our universe is, in actuality, a simulation. By that, I mean that we exist in a reality that has been artificially constructed, as evidenced by James Gates’ computer codes.  Even our DNA is like a computer program, as Bill Gates has attested to.  Further, the new scientific field of DNA Wave Genetics postulates that our DNA is a bio-computer.  Of course, it was none other than Albert Einstein who said that space/time was a construct.

The truth is… that there is an intelligence in the universe (and/or beyond it) that is responsible for the existence of our reality.  Great minds like Plato, Einstein, Planck, Michio Kaku, Arno Penzias and Francis Crick, among many others, have said as much. Even ardent evolutionists like George Wald and Antony Flew have admitted that intelligence is the most likely cause of life in the universe.

The truth is… that there really is no such thing as the truth. All things are allowed and there is an infinite number of possibilities for us to choose from. When you grapple with a major decision in your life, your choice has already been made. All other possible choices have also already been made (and chosen in some alternative universe).  You are simply attracting into your life, and into this universe, that specific decision that harmonizes with your own dominant thoughts.

So if there actually is such a thing as an answer to your questions, the answer… is you. As physicist John Wheeler put it, “The universe does not exist ‘out there,’ independent of us. We are inescapably involved in bringing about that which appears to be happening. We are not only observers. We are participators.” If that doesn’t work for you, simply take the blue pill and go back to sleep.



You may recall that I have previously discussed what I refer to as “the video game effect.” That is, we are all participants in a virtual reality matrix where all the characters are holographic (remember Tron). That doesn’t make us any less real, but it certainly does change our view of the world.

And that’s the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth, so help me….



“Life is the most mysterious of all the wonders of creation because atoms have been assembled in such a way so that they can ponder their own existence.”

       – Martin Rees, astrophysicist